Question about Logitech X-530 Computer Speakers
When moving my printer I knocked the speaker that controls the volume and on and off controls of my Logitech X530 speakers. This broke the Delta Rotary Potentiometer clean off. I was wondering where I can either get a new potentiometer or a new single controller speaker to go with the rest of the system? Simon Pedder
IS whether only the KNOB get broked or the WHOLE speaker got worsed...
If ur control KNOB only got damaged, then try to OPEN the speaker, and find the VALUE of the POTENTIOMETER... u can get the control from any ELECTRONICS BAZAAR or in any electronic spares shop...
then FIX it...
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
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